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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by Ravyak on June 22, 2018, 09:31:02 AM »
:( I guess I need to go target longnose and redhorse suckers. They are the only remaining kayakwars species I have here in AB lol.

We should plan a trip to BC some time, go catch some big sturgeon.
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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by John Gibson on June 18, 2018, 07:14:10 PM »
Very cool!!
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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by EagleEyesFlash on June 18, 2018, 04:28:37 PM »
Just caught a new species for me. Lake Sturgeon ! Tied with Rav. with 27 kw all time species.
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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by John Gibson on June 03, 2018, 10:22:31 AM »
Im pretty sure they never envisioned it would get as big as it has.
I dont know the well, but If they also work a full-time job, chances are they couldnt keep up with the demand. 
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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by Ravyak on May 28, 2018, 05:30:23 PM »
Yup didn't listen to any of my recommendations. They seem to think people just want to enter this for fun.

People want to compete and they want to be able to win something, getting rid of the draw last year as well as big prizes just got rid of the motivation of most people entering. Only 345 anglers registered so far this year, maybe they will get the point.

I'll still enter some fish from my normal trips out but not committing time or money to this like past years. The prize pack they announced for finishing top place overall got forgot about or something and after a couple reminders eventually turned into a couple shirts, pair of gloves, water bottle, koozie, stickers etc. Couple decent items but not worth competing 10 months for.
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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by Spyman48 on May 28, 2018, 08:31:31 AM »
Ya. Sucks. Charge more if you have too and make it worth it . I like taking pics :'(. So much potential with how much kayak fishing has grown.
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Kayak Wars Canada / Re: 2018 Kayak Wars Discussion Thread
« Last post by shooter on May 28, 2018, 07:23:07 AM »
Pictures pictures pictures have pretty much come to an end other then a couple to post. The chasing for kwars is pretty much over other than perhaps the records. The site is again is limbo and numbers half of last years. Sure many of us could post way more fish but no point in doing so and save yourself the nonsense. Maybe someone will take over the site and totally change it up year after year.
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CKA Yaktrip Report / Re: Successful May Long
« Last post by Ravyak on May 22, 2018, 01:00:57 PM »
Gotta love the Fraser. A good sturgeon here is a small one out there. Wanted to go out this spring but weather and buddies work schedule didn't allow it to happen.
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CKA Yaktrip Report / Re: Successful May Long
« Last post by Red Rocket on May 22, 2018, 12:12:09 PM »
Here's one of those prehistoric critters I caught in early April near Chilliwack in the Fraser River when I was out there for a month in the spring. This one was about 5-1/2' which was in the size grouping of all 11 that we caught on this guided trip.

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General Kayak Modifications / Re: Garmin Striker 5CV Fish Finder Wiring question
« Last post by Ravyak on May 22, 2018, 11:30:15 AM »
Google says they are just wires to connect to other Garmin units to share the data(I assume to run multiple units off same transducer etc). Doesn't appear you would need them.
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